HEOR SENIOR AnalyST
Location: Oxford, with potential to work remotely
Hours: 80-100% flexible
Must be eligible to work in the EU
Who you are:
You have completed an advanced degree in a relevant discipline - and you’ll have done pretty well! - and you already have 2-3 years’ experience working in HEOR, health services or similar. You love turning your hand to a wide variety of tasks, and your consultancy toolbox is full – analytical mind, team player, problem solver, working to deadlines, rigour and attention to detail.
You are interested in, and have a good understanding of, the biopharmaceutical and health care market, ideally across several countries. You are keen to contribute to HEOR and real-world evidence (RWE) projects and you are able to work on specific tasks with some level of autonomy and proactivity. You would like to play a key part in the development of a high-growth, innovative (and fun!) company, progressively earning responsibility as quickly as you can demonstrate your talents. You think it would be quite cool to work on traditional HEOR and market access projects as well as RWE projects using a state-of-the-art digital platform.
What you'll do:
Carry out work relating to both the HEOR and market access business (value communication, HTA submissions, market access strategy, medical writing and outcomes research) and the RWE digital registry (protocol development, data acquisition strategy, business development) to a tip-top standard.
Develop deliverables to the highest quality and within budget and timelines.
Contribute to projects across all stages, from proposal development through to deliverables and client presentations.
Support business development – e.g. initial (but nonetheless great) drafts of proposals, including budgets, building on client RFPs or internal briefings.
Coordinate and supervise the work of analysts – e.g. briefing, coaching and reviewing draft documents.
Develop and enhance your skills and capabilities, through being exposed to interesting projects, as well as training opportunities.
Sorry, but it’s a no unless you have:
BA/BSc in science (all considered, except sports and domestic), economics, mathematics, statistics or a related discipline.
Postgraduate qualification in health economics, health services research, mathematics, statistics or a relevant related area.
Fluency in English (spoken and written); strong business/scientific written English.
Eligibility to work in the EU.
Fantastic time management and personal organisational skills.
Excellent mastery of MS office suite and internet search tools.
Bonus points for:
Languages other than English to a standard that is useful at work (i.e. we know the time and where the station is…although if you can order beers that’s never bad news).
Knowledge of leading international health systems.
Knowledge of Endnote or Refman.
If this sounds like you, please apply!